13 Premier League and 2 Champions League titles are just some of the major pieces of silverware that Sir.
Alex Ferguson achieved during his managerial career in charge of Manchester United. There was a period of time when Manchester United was considered to be the best team in England by a large margin as Sir. Alex Ferguson and his squad claimed the Premier League for successive years and even managed to win the treble in the 1998-99 season.
Gabriel Heinze is now a retired footballer but a few years ago, the Argentine defender used to perform for Manchester United and he knows how things in the Premier League work after having played in that club for over 2 years.
Heinze believes that Manchester United will never be the club they were after Sir. Alex Ferguson announced his retirement in May of 2013.
Former Manchester United player, Gabriel Heinze said: “It’s not Manchester United anymore. It’s very simple because after so much time of seeing that face and personality of Alex Ferguson, it’s not easy.Yes he had to leave some day because no-one is eternal. But the truth is that Sir Alex Ferguson left a big void. It will never be the same because for a Manchester United supporter Alex Ferguson will be the person who has marked the history and the club.’’
Louis van Gaal is attempting to bring back the glory days of Manchester United and the Dutch manager has done a good job as he has pushed the English club to the top 4 spots of the Premier League which is incredibly well for a team that had been struggling so much under the guidance of David Moyes.